We were talking, looking at old pictures and we were missing those old times IPAs, you know? That hopping that made us like bitterness a lot, to understand what resinous and piney means, and wanting to travel to a certain side of the American Coast. We recommend you to do the same: #tbt your mind, and who knows, maybe all those sensations may arise?
Overhop entered Salvador’s Bunker gates and created an unique recipe in a four hands effort: malt, lots of hops, lactose and organic boysenberries from the Serra Gaucha. With an acidity in the right level and balanced with a velvety body! In an allusion to the prayer found in the pocket of a paratrooper that was killed in combat, we asked: Give me a glass of this Sour IPA! Give me this hop load! Give me this boysenberry nectar! Give me more of this Salvador / Overhop partnership! Give me Skydive Sour Juicy IPA Boysenberry!
It’s our second creation of a special series of beers that will be produced with fruit addition. For this second experience, we opted on making the experimentation with Kveik, combining it with raspberry, grumixama and strawberry, which brings a strong synergy for a complexity of aroma and red tropical fruit flavors.
Chimera, three-headed mithological figure. For us, they are three types of beer: SOUR + IPA + FRUIT BEER. It gives name to our series of Sour IPAs. QUIMERA GUAVA is the first recipe of this series and it has guava addition and Mosaic and Citra dry hopping.
Dogma’s take on the Brut IPA style.
A 6.3% ABV, 36 IBU velvety American IPA made with 25 grams of Citra by liter. This beer is a collab with EAP - Emporio Alto de Pinheiros in commemoration of its 11 years birthday.
Japas and Dádiva have joined to pay a beer homage to all the workers of the coffee industry in Brazil. The first japanese immigrants that settled themselves in São Paulo have contributed to the enormous coffee expansion in the country. The result of this homage is Kōhī (coffee in japanese), a New England Double IPA, powerful and aromatic, that has the addition of Dekopon and Coffee.
It’s cajuminado, it’s cajuminado, look out where you click, my friend. We cajuminated a Cashew bomb in a really bitter beer with lactose to please the geekest of the geeks.
A Sour IPA with papaya? Yes! Don’t forget the sunscreen, the farofa, the beach umbrella and the frescobol, because the summer already started. If you want to go to the beach, you already know it: Beach Please!
To celebrate the partnership with Barbearia Corleone, we prepared a West Coast IPA with Citra, Chinook and Simcoe dry-hopping.